Hell In A Bucket, Peggy-O, The Same Thing, Loose Lucy, Mexicali Blues-> Maggie's Farm, Tennessee Jed, Picasso Moon Corinna-> Crazy Fingers-> Playin' In The Band-> Uncle John's Band-> Drums, Jam-> I Need A Miracle-> Wharf Rat, Throwing Stones-> Not Fade Away, E: The Weight
DAUD[master] > CDR; via D. Loebig; Seeded to etree by harlan
September 17, 2016 Subject:
Overall scene was tripical of Soldier Field. #1 Crazy Fingers of the 90's. Dark and melodic as no-one else can.
Give it a listen!
June 21, 2009 Subject:
Pretty Good Show !
Soldier Field, I do not like to judge or rate shows, other than it was a pretty good show. What made it special was that I took my son with to the Show. It was the occassion of his 13th birthday. As I spread the word around me, folks were yelling "happy Birthday" to him. What a way to become a teenager. He hop[ed the boys wopuld play Not Fade Away cause he likes the bop, bop audience participation and the heavy drumming style. Well son, if all the stars and planets are lined up just right maybe, just maybe.... So there is came right near the end, and what a fantastic fireworks diaplay.
September 22, 2008 Subject:
Frosty's Picks for the Hearing Impaired
I have major hearing problems. It’s called tinnitus and for those of you who don’t know it is a constant ringing in your ears. Therefore, it is hard for me to find audience shows that are of good enough quality for me to listen to without doing further damage to my hearing (by having to turn up the volume past 5 to even tell what song is being played!). I am not saying anything about these shows except that as a person with major hearing lose, these are some of the shows that I have on my I-Pod. Of course some are better than others. However, I am not giving any of these shows a review. I can always find something good in every show…...as long as I can hear it!!!! Here is my list for today, 9/20/08:
Please let me know if you have any show suggestions that compare to these in quality of sound. Send suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reviewer:Trevor tnt Toll
September 3, 2007 Subject:
Must say this
92 summer tour rocked the weather was impeccable and these chi town shows were so much fun.The Grateful Dead is playing well and is gelling nicely with vince. Often people try to compare the keyboardists but i think it is clear they all brought different sounds to the Dead. I like them all. Put that in your pipe and smoke it and you know, being from Toronto We have all BC buds we need.
July 17, 2007 Subject:
my one and only
good show not outstanding but good ol' grateful dead show
great guitar at the end of crazy fingers great drums AND I LOVED TO CLAPPIN MY HANDS WITH 80 000 PEOPLE ON NFA
thank you Jerry thank you Giuseppe
Chicago rules !!!!
September 25, 2005 Subject:
Does anyone have a copy of this show?
This was an amazing show and one of my friend's first Dead show. If anyone has a copy of this show, I'd appreciate it!
June 23, 2004 Subject:
we were 20 rows back in front of Phil this night. while this show is often overshadowed by the night before this is a solid summer 92 show.
the sound dynamic this night was fabulous for a huge stadium show. there were not any standout performnaces per se, but in my opinion the entire show from start to finish rocked...with an especially great wharf rat.
Source: flac16 44.1khz Set 1 only. Recorded by David Cohen & Justin Lee. OTS 8 foot stand. 2 Nakamichi CM300 Omnis spaced 2 meters >Sony D10Pro II DAT48K Master sample rate converted to 44.1 in Wavelab